Lymington 107 for 6 - Wellow
97 all out
Lymington won by 10 runs
This long overdue quarter-final KO match having been rained off on Wednesday 5th July got underway with Lymington batting first. Will Thorp (16) and Elliott Lindsay-Wood (3) started cautiously then the latter attempted a hook shot on a slow wicket and skied the ball to be caught and then Will Thorp incomprehensively tried exactly the same shot next ball. At 21 for 2 Lymington were in trouble but Tom Hayward (17) and Sam Tombs (33) rescued the team and took the score to 78 when 3 further wickets fell but Charlie Kinsella (19 not out) hit some big shots and the innings closed on 107 for 6 after 18 overs.
Will Thorp (4 overs 2 for 21) got a wicket with the first ball but went for 15 in his third over and Elliott Lindsay-Wood (4 overs 0 for 33) bowling 9 wides allowed the Wellow batsmen to keep up with the run rate but Tom Hayward (4 overs 2 for 19) and Aidan Lindsay-Wood (4 overs 3 for 16) pegged them back by taking wickets and bowling a tight line. 19 wides had been bowled and Shane Devlin (1 over 0 for 6) left George Hayward to bowl the last over with 14 runs required and he conceded 4 singles and took a wicket to get Lymington to win by 10 runs. The semi-final is against OT's & Romsey at the Sports Ground on Monday 17th July.